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Moto Z2 passes Geekbench reveals Snapdragon 835 SoC and 4GB RAM | UPD: GFXBench entry now also available

30 June 2017 1

Lenovo-owned Motorola unveiled their upper mid-ranger Moto Z2 Play On June 1st. From the look of things, it seems like the company is getting ready to announce Moto Z2 and Z2 Force. Today the specs sheet of the Motorola's flagship Z2 appears online thanks to Geekbench listing.

As per listing, the device will be announced as Moto Z2. The Z2 is running on Android 7.1.1 straight out of the box with few customizations in UI. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC is powering it with 4GB RAM which means it has similar specs sheet like Samsung's flagship Galaxy S8.

Apart from that much of the details regarding the Z2 is still in dark. Recently we have seen an alleged image of Moto Z2 which showcase device is featuring the front facing fingerprint scanner. Unfortunately, Motorola didn't adopt the latest bezel-less design but instead stick with traditional design with the hefty design. The overall design is much similar to its predecessor. Stay tuned, we will keep a close eye on leaks and rumors and will keep you updated.

Update: 30th June 2017

The Moto Z2 has also appeared on GFXBench, confirming Geekbench details as well as adding more information regarding the new flagship. There's a 5.5" UDH display (1440x2560) and a 2.4 GHz CPU (SD 835). Furthermore, the device sports the Adreno 540 GPU, and wide range of sensors on-board.

Take a look:


The new flagship by Lenovo-owned Motorola was set to be announced at an event dated 27th June. However, it has not yet been announced officially. We will keep you updated as the phone gets an official announcement, so stay tuned.

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